Family and Relationship Counsellor - Health & Family Safety

ARA is looking for expressions of interest from individuals with the ability to provide family and relationship counselling services, group workshops, information and referrals to individuals, couples and families from migrant and refugee backgrounds. The Family and Relationship Counsellor will have proven counselling knowledge and experience, specifically related to family and domestic violence, breakdown in family relationships, and settlement related family relationship difficulties. The applicant will also have knowledge of therapeutic intervention skills. For more detail about the responsibilities and personal criteria please refer to the Position Description. This is a part-time (.4) SACS Level 4.1 position of the SCHCDS Industry Award. This contract is until June 2020.

If this role is of interest, please provide a covering letter addressing the position description, along with your resume and the contact details of two referees. The position description is available on the right.

Applications close 9 am Monday 9 December 2019. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and it is anticipated that this will occur by Friday 13 December 2019.

Initial enquiries can be made by email to the Corporate Services Coordinator: asmira.bekric@ausref.net. All applications will be treated in strictest confidence.

ARA is committed to equal employment opportunity.

Youth Case Worker & Project Officer - Youth & Social Engagement

ARA is looking for expressions of interest from individuals with the ability to provide case work, case management and project coordination for young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds. The Youth Case Worker and Project Officer will have proven case management experience and the ability to effectively prepare, develop and implement youth specific projects. The role requires coordination and facilitation of ARA Homework Clubs, ARA Hangout and Holiday Program activities. The Youth Case Worker and Project Officer must be willing to work out of hours as programs ae delivered in the afternoons and evening.

For more detail about the responsibilities and personal criteria please refer to the Position Description.

This is a part-time (.6) SACS Level 4.1 position of the SCHCDS Industry Award. This contract is until June 2022 with the possibility for extension. The role will commence on 20 January 2020.

If this role is of interest, please provide a covering letter addressing the position description, along with your resume and the contact details of two referees. The position description is available on the right.

Applications close 9 am Monday 9 December 2019. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and it is anticipated that this will occur by Friday 13 December 2019.

Initial enquiries can be made by email to the Corporate Services Coordinator: asmira.bekric@ausref.net. All applications will be treated in strictest confidence.

ARA is committed to equal employment opportunity.

Social Worker (Specialised Intensive Support)- Client Wellbeing

The Australian Refugee Association Inc. (ARA) is a community-based organisation providing settlement, migration and other forms of assistance to refugees, migrants and other people of concern. ARA promotes a holistic approach to the needs of refugees and sees the final goal of settlement as full participation in the social, economic, cultural and political life of Australia while maintaining security of personal, family and community identity.

ARA is looking for expressions of interest from individuals with the ability to coordinate and deliver its Specialised and Intensive Services (SIS) Program. The role involves delivery of case management services, assessment and case management planning to refugee clients with complex issues or in need of crisis intervention. The role also involves the provision of high level advice and information concerning complex issues such as domestic violence, child protection, and mental health. It involves the sharing of specialist knowledge with partnering organisations and staff as well as providing hands-on advice for clients of the program.

The SIS Social Worker will be responsible for maintaining overviews of SIS caseloads and providing leadership, advice and support to other SIS workers. For more detail about the responsibilities and personal criteria please refer to the Position Description.

This is a part-time (.6) Level 4.1 to 4.4 position of the SCHCDS Industry Award until June 2022 with the possibility of extension. The level will be determined according to the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.

If this role is of interest, please provide a covering letter addressing the position description, along with your resume and the contact details of two referees. The position description is available on the right.

Applications close 9 am Monday 9 December 2019. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and it is anticipated that this will occur by Friday 13 December 2019.

Initial enquiries can be made by email to the Corporate Services Coordinator: asmira.bekric@ausref.net. All applications will be treated in strictest confidence.

ARA is committed to equal employment opportunity.
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